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Uncertain Logic

Star Trek Enterprise, Rise of the Federation:   Uncertain Logic © 2015  Christopher L. Bennett 401 pages Okay, reader. Have a seat. This book is a bit busy.   Let’s begin with the Starship Endeavour‘s investigation of several automated stations that rely … Continue reading

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Among the Wild Cybers

Among the Wild Cybers© 2018 Christopher L. Bennett 256 pages In the not-so-distant future, humanity’s exploration of the cosmos has begun in earnest — driven in part by the plight of Earth, with collapsing ecosystems forcing outward movement.  Among the Wild … Continue reading

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Infinity’s Prism

Star Trek Myriad Universes, Vol 1: Infinity’s Prism© 2008 William Leisner, Christopher L. Bennett, and James Swallow527 pages What if….Khan won the Eugenics Wars? What if….Earth had succumbed to fear after the Xindi attack, and withdrawn from the Coalition of … Continue reading

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Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures

Star Trek Enterprise, Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures© 2013 Christopher L Bennett356 pages  The Romulan War is over, and with it, Michael Martin’s authorship of the Enterprise Relaunch.  The newest Enterprise novel, Rise of the Federation: A … Continue reading

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Forgotten History

Star Trek DTI: Forgotten History© 2012 Christopher L. Bennett352 pages In the ranks of the Department of Temporal Investigations, James T. Kirk is a legend — a legendary menace. He just couldn’t seem to stay properly in the 23rd century; … Continue reading

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Watching the Clock

Star Trek DTI: Watching the Clock© 2011 Christopher L. Bennett512 pages Time travel! It’s a staple of Star Trek. No crew among the show’s five series has been able to resist gallavanting around in the timestream, not even in the … Continue reading

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Over a Torrent Sea

Star Trek Titan: Over a Torrent Sea© 2009 Christopher L. Bennett356 pages Cover art and design by Cliff Nielson and Alan Dingman, featuring Aili Lavena, an aquatic member of the Titan crew who has a primary role in the exploration … Continue reading

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Orion’s Hounds

Star Trek Titan: Orion’s Hounds© 2005 Christopher L. Bennett400 pagesOn the cover: Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi; Daphne Ashbrook as Melora Pazlar; CGI as Dr. Ree. When Captain William Riker accepted command of the USS Titan, he looked forward to … Continue reading

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Distant Shores

Distant Shores© 2005, ed. Marco Palmieri390 pages “Mr. Paris — set a course….for home.“ Only hours after the onset of its first mission, the USS Voyager was thrust across the galaxy into the Delta Quadrant — a distance so great … Continue reading

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The Buried Age

The Buried Age© 2007 Christopher L. Bennett439 pages Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s life changed when, in approaching an uncharted star system,  an aggressive alien vessel attacked him in mid-warp, crippling his ship, the USS Stargazer, and dooming it after twenty years … Continue reading

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